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Chamber starts Shop and Dine passports

 


The Wahkiakum Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring a new Shop and Dine program, hoping to get people out and about visiting local shops and restaurants.

“This was the brainchild of Shannon Britt, who is our chamber president,” Director Stacey Lane said. “People have gotten used to shopping remotely, and as things started to reopen and we moved into Phase 3, we thought it was important to put something together to encourage people to use our local businesses for shopping and dining.”

To participate, pick up a Shop and Dine passport at a local business, restaurant, or the Chamber of Commerce, and spend $100 or more at four or more local shops or restaurants.

Return the passport and receipts to the Chamber and get entered into a drawing for a reusable bag. The Chamber is hoping to do a drawing every Friday. There may be more prizes as the program continues. One can enter a drawing once a month, for two months.

“We’ll keep this going through the summer,” Lane said.

 

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